Blockchainizing Existing Databases

In his latest post Bozho wrote: “Blockchain has been a buzzword for the past several years and it hasn’t lived to its promises (yet). Blockchain is largely a shared database. Sharing data with other participants in a given business process in a secure way that doesn’t allow any of the participants to cheat.  There are dozens of blockchain projects, networks, protocols, “standards”, but deploying and integrating a separate blockchain solution is usually a large project in itself and especially in the COVID-19 crisis likely gets postponed because of the questionable return on investment.” From decision management perspective, “blockchainizing” existing databases will feed the perpetually running decision-making systems with new facts coming from various sources in real-time. Link

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